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Temaril P and head tremors

Discussion in 'American Staffordshire Terrier' started by BuddysMama, Aug 12, 2017.

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    BuddysMama Puppy

    Hi, I have an 8 year old pit named Buddy. He's had skin/ allergy issues since I've had him, and it usually only strikes between June- August. His usual course of treatment is Temaril P. For the last 7 years (that I've had him) he's had no reactions to TP. This, time, however, I noticed slight head tremors. I took him to the vet and everything else, exam, bloodwork, behavior, etc, is normal. The vet decreased the dose and Buddy has about 3 doses left until he's officially tapered off them. I'm glad all testing was ok, but the slight tremor is still there. The vet said this could just be a new reaction to the Temaril P. Has anyone else's dog experienced this?? I'm just worried. Thanks.
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